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Intel’s X86 Airmont-based chipset makes its debut on LEAGOO T5c smartphone


The Spreadtrum SC9853I is based on Intel’s 64-bit Airmont architecture and is manufactured on the company’s 14nm process.

Intel and Spreadtrum announced their collaboration at the Mobile World Congress earlier in February this year and the Spreadtrum SC9853I SoC was released by the company later in August. The chipset is built on Intel’s 14nm foundry platform and features Octa-core 64 bit Intel Airmont architecture. The latest smartphone by LEAGOO, the LEAGOO T5c smartphone is powered by the same Spreadtrum SC9853I SoC.

While unveiling the Spreadtrum SC9853I SoC, Spreadtrum stated that the chipset is targeted towards the global mid and high-level smartphone market. The SoC supports LTE Cat-7 downlink and Cat-13 uplink and boasts of achieving of up to 300Mbps downlink speeds and uplink speeds of up to 150Mpbs. In addition, It supports Full HD video playback, 18:9 Full HD+ resolution, and dual-cameras with up to 16MP sensors.

The LEAGOO T5c sports a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display with a 1080 x 1920p resolution. As mentioned above, the smartphone is powered by the Octa-core Spreadtrum SC9853I SoC, which is based on Intel’s Airmont architecture. It features 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage and is backed by a 3,000mAh battery.

The LEAGOO T5c sports a 13MP+2MP dual rear camera setup and features a 5MP front facing camera for selfies. It comes with a fingerprint sensor which is integrated with the smartphone’s home button on the front and runs on LEAGOO OS 2.1 atop Android 7.0 Nougat.